The capital market in Indonesia has actually exist long before the Independence of Indonesia. The first stock exchange in Indonesia was established on 1912 in Batavia during the Dutch colonial era. At that time, the Exchange was established for the interest of the Dutch East Indies (VOC).
During those era, the capital market grew gradually, and even became inactive for a period of time due to various conditions, such as the World War I and II, power transition from the Dutch government to Indonesian government, etc.
Indonesian government reactivated its capital market in 1977, and it grew rapidly ever since, along with the support of incentives and regulations issued by the government.
Below is the brief history of Indonesia Stock Exchange:
GALLERY LIAISON OFFICER
- As a liaison officer for the IDX visitor
- Giving explanation about the gallery and capital market information
- Updating knowledge about capital market industries
- Bachelor degree in Business Studies, Administration, Management, Economics, Marketing, Finance, Accounting, Banking, or Mass Communications
- Male or Female, max. 30 years old
- Having knowledge about capital market will be an advantage
- Excellent communication skill, both in Indonesia or English
- Professional looking
- Handling events about capital market & investment product and build & maintain good relationship with stakeholders.
- Bachelor's Degree in Business Studies, Administration, Management, Economics, Marketing, Finance, Accounting, Banking, or Mass Communications
- Male, max. 27 years old
- Professional outlook
- Proven experienced in organizing events will be an advantage
- Excellent communication and presentation skill both in Indonesia or English
- Multitasking, proactive, and able to work underpressure
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Please put the position code in the subject of your mail/email.
PT Bursa Efek Indonesia
(Indonesia Stock Exchange)
IDX Building, Tower I, 6th Floor
Jl. Jend. Sudirman Kav. 52-53
Qualified candidates will be notified.